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BJennings
What's the trick to getting the pulley off the flywheel on my Big Ten's Briggs? I need to get the pulley off, so I can get the cowling off, and then make an attempt to get the flywheel off. I've got a gear puller and a steering wheel puller, but I haven't figured out how they will work to pull this flywheel off. If anyone can help with this, it would be greatly appreciated!

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Brad, Remove the outer rim of the pulley that is held on by 4 1/4" bolts. Now the shroud can come off. Then remove the two bolts holding the center hub to the flywheel. The center hub is a tight slip fit on the nose of the crank. It might take a tap or two with hammer to get it started. With the hub off the crank nut can be removed. A sharp rap on the end of the crank with a lead hammer should loosen the flywheel from the crank. On re assembly be sure to torque the crank nut to spec or you will shear the flywheel key. Ron

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